Somewhat off the topics of this blog, as most people in Sweden today are unable to find even a single newspaper that is independent of the parties that are represented in parliament, and as this situation has turned the state into a reality-averse bubble, here’s a selection of relatively independent media.
Comments? = Are comments usually allowed; according to which comment system?
G = Google/Blogspot, W = WordPress, ✔︎ = In-house.
Free? = Is all content free or does some content require subscription?
Ac.? = Are they independent of state financed academic institutions?
|Blendow (Dagens Juridik)||✔︎||+||✔︎||http://www.dagensjuridik.se|
|Forskning och Framsteg||—||✔︎||Nope||http://fof.se|
|FT News Gr. OÜ (Fria Tider)||—||+||✔︎||http://www.friatider.se|
Comments to this article that mention or suggests news papers or media sites that receive grants from the state (Presstöd/Partistöd), that publish whole articles from the monopoly news agency or that are controlled within the so called Public Service [sicut] framework, will be removed as the topic is independent media. Comments that suggest news sites that might really be independent are most welcome, as are corrections.